is the death date and location required before requesting ordinances?
ward famlysearch consultant is teaching everyone that you must have the death date entered before sharing a name with the Temple. If you leave the death date/location off there is a greater chance that the system for finding duplicates will not find a possible duplicates.
Is that correct?
The consultant is teaching us that the new way is to always add a death date and location because there is too many duplicates in the tree and without a death date you will be taking a name to the temple.
The consultant is also telling the class you will be wasting the the temple workers time, your time, and the Lords money if you don't enter a death date. (The past temple engineer went to a training meeting and they took the cost of operating the temple and then divided that by the number of ordinances completed in a year to come up with the cost per ordinance.)